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Hello all.

I am currently seeking work with a different company as my current employer is using me as cheap labour and I am learning nothing. I find myself not even doing electrical work most days which as you can imagine is very annoying.

Why is it so hard to find a new job?! I have just under a years experience but seems employers don't want to deal with the hassle of training someone up to a good standard?

Please help. Any advice on getting myself in with a new firm would be great.

Thankyou
 
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Have you had a word with your employer about not learning anything and not doing electrical work?
 
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Have you had a word with your employer about not learning anything and not doing electrical work?
Yes, they tell me if i don't like it i can leave. They treat everyone badly and don't care as long as the work is getting done.
 

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Doesn't sound like a nice firm to work for.
 
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We used to have a training provider that came out to see our progress periodically.
 

Matthewd29

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Can I ask what she you are? Some employers don't want mature candidates because they actually have to pay them. It's an awful system and sadly this is happening all the time and yet people who don't care or want to learn get great jobs. Don't loose heart keep looking there will be a job out there for you.
 

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